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Oct 8, 2012 6:00am EDT
years ago we lost ed, lost mike, lost joe, a wonderful producer i worked with. these were the originals of "60 minutes." it has been a rough year. a couple of years. but i must say, having lost some of the stalwarts, the broadcast itself has not been effective. -- effected going from don hewitt, certainly the master of "60 minutes," died. jeff has maintained all the values and pretty much of the unwritten rules of putting this broadcast on the air. >> when i started watching you 42 years ago, you were getting 30 million people watching "60 minutes." you were often the talk show of the week. you are now getting 10 or 11 or 12 million and are still on the top. what does that say? >> there has been an extraordinary revolution. the internet, and the whole cable community has obviously fractured the audience. i hear the figure of 60% bandied about, over 60% of over the air television, network television, has been lost. probably more than that. the competition is extraordinary, but important pieces -- there is a piece, recently, as you know, about the operation to get osama bin laden. we got
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